Energy Efficiency

RENEXPO Western Balkans opens its gates for the second consecutive year in Belgrade


March 15, 2015






March 15, 2015





International renewable energy and energy efficiency trade fair and conference RENEXPO Western Balkans will be held in Belgrade on April 22-23 for the second consecutive year following the success of last year’s event. RENEXPO Western Balkans 2015 will gather both European and regional renewable energy and energy efficiency experts.

Following the introduction of new energy law in Serbia back in December last year, the event’s timing is the right one for introduction and presentation of all relevant changes and new investment and development opportunities. More than 200 available projects will be presented in the RENEXPO® Investors-Business-Lounge accompanied by experts in finance, grid, insurance and project development and interpreter-service.

The patron of the trade is again Serbian Ministry of energy and the German Embassy in Belgrade. The organizer expects around 3.000 visitors, 80 international exhibitors and 300 renewable energy and energy efficiency related workshops participants.

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